Belarus dictator Lukashenko rewards KGB officers for participating in ‘special operation’ in Ukraine

31 May, 07:46 PM
Belarus dictator Alexander Lukashenko (Photo:Sputnik/Ramil Sitdikov/Kremlin via REUTERS)

Belarus dictator Alexander Lukashenko (Photo:Sputnik/Ramil Sitdikov/Kremlin via REUTERS)

Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko has presented state awards to the Belarusian KGB officers for participating in a “special operation” in Ukraine.

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A Telegram channel close to Lukashenko, called Pul_1, reported that the event had been “top secret.”

For what kind of awards the dictator presented awards has not been reported.

Details are expected to be shown on May 31, in the program “Way Home” on the channel ONT.

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On May 26, Lukashenko announced that Belarus would establish an operational command of its forces in the southern area, i.e. on the border with Ukraine.

Russian forces and tanks attacked the north of Ukraine from the territory of Belarus, and missiles are launched at Ukraine from Belarus. Russia also uses Belarusian aerodromes for military aircraft, infrastructure and hospitals.

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